Product-Specific Training Producers and adjusters are required to complete product-specific training before transacting business involving the following insurance products. Annuity You are required to hold a life line of authority and complete a one-time, four-hour annuity suitability course prior to selling, soliciting, or negotiating annuity products in Alaska. You can satisfy Alaska's general annuity training requirements if have completed the training requirements in another state with substantially similar requirements. Course Requirements The course must include the following topics: types of and various classifications of annuities identification of the parties to an annuity how fixed, variable, and indexed annuity contract provisions affect the consumer application of income taxation of qualified and non-qualified annuities primary uses of an annuity sales practices, replacement, and disclosure requirements that are consistent with 3 AAC 26.750 – 3 AAC 26.825 The course may not include: marketing information sales techniques specific information about a particular insurer’s products Long-Term Care One-time Course Requirements You are required to hold a health line of authority and complete a one-time, eight credit hour course prior to selling, soliciting, or negotiating long-term care insurance in Alaska. You can satisfy Alaska's long-term care training requirements if you have completed the training requirements in another state that meet the requirements in AS 21.53.066(d). Ongoing Requirements Anyone who sells, solicits, or negotiates long-term care insurance is required to complete a four credit hour training course during each renewal cycle. Flood If you hold property and casualty authorities and are interested in selling flood insurance policies through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), you must meet the federal education requirement by completing NFIP Flood Insurance Training. This training may also count toward your continuing education requirement. See B06-07 Education Requirements for Producers Selling Flood Insurance Policies Under the National Flood Insurance Program.